Apps

  • Confession: The Roman Catholic App Doesn't Support Real iConfessions

    There’s an app out that recently got approval from the Catholic Church: it’s called Confession. The Roman Catholic app has been designed for Catholics to take time out of their day and speak to God over the iPhone — except when holding it wrong. This, not free — but $1.99 — app has people in the Vatican speaking out about it, and we aren’t too sure if they… Read More

  • Silhouetter Improves Your iPhone Photos By Removing The Ugly Detail


    Can’t stand superficial detail? Overwhelmed by samsara? Why not strip out false detail and turn your world into the wall of Plato’s cave, flickering shadows portraying the world as it really is: a tale told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Read More

  • Today In Led Zeppelin iPad App: For Your Daily Zep Needs

    Been Dazed and Confused for so long it’s not true.
    Wanted an iPad app, never bargained for you.
    Lots of people talk and few of them know,
    this iPad app was created by This Day In Music Apps and it features daily facts about every Led Zep song and show. Read More

  • Get Ready To Tap That App With T-Pain's New App, Booty Symphony

    I don’t usually use PR namesakes in headlines, but “Get ready to tap that app,” only seemed fitting. What we got here is a new Android app from T-Pain’s label, Nappy Boy Entertainment, called Booty Symphony. What is it? Why would anyone want it? Well, it’s kind of a music video creation / soundboard thingamajig. Does that answer it? Read More

  • Pew Shows 65% Of People Pay For Digital Content; Mostly Music, Software, And Mobile Apps

    The Pew Internet organization put out results of a survey on how many people pay for digital content online. The study found that 65 percent of people online have paid to download some form of digital content or for a subscription to a digital media service. The survey excluded physical goods bought online and was focussed only on digital content such as music, software, news, and other… Read More

  • iFixit's iPad App: A Nice Last-Minute Gift For The Tinkerer In The Family

    That is, if they like gifts that are free. Because the newly-on-iPad app from the folks at iFixit definitely is free, and isn’t even ad-supported. It’s leveraging their growing database of repair instructions for cameras, game consoles, mobile phones, and pretty much everything out there. Read More

  • TiVo Releases New App


    TiVo has just announced a new iPad app that adds gesture control as well as live TV watching and scheduling. You can also use Facebook and Twitter to talk to your friends about the shows you watch. Gesture based control – Take complete control of all recordings, even dragging forward and back through a show with a simple tap or swipe
    • Start watching what you want – Launch… Read More

  • Twitter for iOS now (officially) supports push notifications, coming soon to Android and WP7

    Back in those lazy hazy crazy days of September, we wrote that the iOS Twitter app would support push notifications soon. Well, guess what, guys?! It’s here! Now you can use Twitter as a form of instant messaging, as the very moment someone you follow @mentions or messages you, you’ll receive the notification on your iPhone/iPad. What? You don’t have an iPhone or iPad (I hear… Read More

  • ConcertIn: Share Your Real Life Concerts With Friends

    ConcertIn, built by past TechCrunch Meet-up pitch contest winner Jan Horna, essentially turns concerts into Facebook events, allowing you and your friends to talk up the Freelance Whales as well as buy tickets to their next concert. The service doesn’t look like much on the surface but this “event” featuring the boy band Baby Lala shows you how it works. You create a… Read More